TATUM P.

LINDSAY
Mount Holyoke College, 2101 Blanchard Campus Center, 50 College St. South Hadley, MA 01075 (828) 226-1421 linds22t@mtholyoke.edu EDUCATION______________________________________________________________________________________________ Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley, MA Expected May 2014 Bachelor of Arts Major: Gender Studies Minor: Philosophy GPA: 3.84  Recipient of the Barbara Moakler Byrne Summer Internship Competitive Merit Fellowship Award Cottey College, Nevada, MO May 2012 Associate of Arts  Fine Arts Scholarship in Dance, Most Outstanding Freshman, Most Congenial Freshman  The Second Lei (highest honor awarded by the faculty to student who is outstanding in areas of leadership, student government, and academic, social and community affairs who best exemplifies the spirit and ideals of Cottey College) Duke Law Summer Institute, Washington, D.C. American Constitutional Equality: Race, Gender, and Sexual Orientation July 2013

RELEVANT EXPERIENCE_________________________________________________________________________
Smithsonian Libraries, Senior Development Intern, Washington, D.C. May 2013 – Present  Direct unit participation and representation in Institution-wide digital philanthropy project “America’s Family Album”  Manage social media campaign for “America’s Family Album” by composing tweets for 15,000+ followers, facebook posts for 7,000+ fans and blog posts for official Smithsonian outlets  Oversee and guide implementation of the Libraries’ 30+ endowments and naming opportunities to web and print media  Staff executive committees alongside national advisory board members and participate in regular meetings: Strategic Planning, Marketing and Branding, Education and Outreach, Workforce Composition, Director’s Office Career Development Center, Prelaw Assistant and Peer Career Advisor, Mount Holyoke College September 2012 – Present  Guide and counsel students through the process of applying to law school in a one-on-one setting  Coordinate 10+ law school admission representative visits and special prelaw programming during academic year  Revamp Prelaw advising website to include advising resources, LSAC resources, and law school application procedures  Plan, attend, and secure funding for field trips to law schools for conferences, and alumni networking opportunities  Ex-officio Board Member and Liaison to the Prelaw Advisor for the newly-reinstated Prelaw Association  Lead programs, advise, and counsel students about networking, internship and job opportunities, and professional image Smithsonian Libraries, Development Intern, Washington, D.C. Full-time; Summer 2012  Evaluated various giving opportunities in 22-library system to draft Naming Opportunities for upcoming campaign  Drafted a proposal for a crowd-sourced fundraising platform for the rare book program, “Adopt-a-Book”  Planned and attended the pilot Adopt-a-Book fundraising event; raised $10,000 in September 2012  Organized, attended, and planned alongside Director’s Office staff to ensure productive and smooth annual board meeting Blanch Skiff Ross Memorial Library, Student Assistant and Intern, Cottey College August 2010 – May 2012  Designed and implemented “The Research Lab,” a service for students to receive one -on-one research assistance  Produced campus-wide survey and synthesized data to revamp the library webpage serving 400+ college patrons  Maintained circulation desk by answering patron inquiries, monitored inter-library loans, and oversaw general flow of space

ACTIVITIES______________________________________________________________________________________
Mount Holyoke College  Gender Studies Department, Student Liaison 2013 – Present  Student Government Association, Senator 2012 – Present  Model United Nations, Member 2012 – Present Cottey College  Student Government Association, Vice-President 2011 – 2012  Oversaw campus elections, chaired Judicial and Residence Hall Conduct Boards and presided over 10 hearings, assembled and trained 10+ disciplinary board pool members (students, faculty, staff)  Model United Nations, Founding Member 2010 – 2012  LEO (Leadership, Experiences, Opportunities) Leadership Certificate Program 2010 – 2012  Presentation: Show Me How Cottey Students Lead – Saint Louis, MO, September 2011 Accompanied the President of the College to biennial international convention as a panelist; presented remarks to 1,500+ guests about women’s leadership and the liberal arts

SKILLS AND PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS____________________________________________________________
  Computer: MS Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, WordPress, Twitter, Google Apps, Drupal Memberships: American Library Association, American Association of University Women, P.E.O. REFERENCES AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST

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